Kinect gets cheaper in the US, no plans for EU price cut22 Aug 2012
As if the exchange rate wasn’t punishing enough already, the gap between the price of Microsoft’s Kinect motion-sensor controller in the United States and Europe is about to get even wider. Microsoft today announced an immediate price cut on the device in the US, taking it from $150 USD to around $110 USD at most retailers.
This is a “permanent price reduction” for the US region and also extends to Latin America and Asia. On 4 October, a similar price drop will kick in for Australia and New Zealand.
Europe and Japan, you’re out of luck. Kinect will remain at the same price for the foreseeable future.
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